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Mar 14, 2010 S L James
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CYPRUS: ON THE LINE 2007 Documentary on the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus and north-south relations on the island. Produced by S L James
Topics: Cyprus, buffer, zone, green, line, TRNC, UNFICYP, United, Nations, conflict
Community Video
Mar 13, 2010 S L James
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Nagorny Karabakh: Conflict through Media Seminar on Armenian and Azerbaijani media coverage of the Karabakh war held at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 16 May 2006 Nagorny Karabakh: COnflict A short film on the Karakakh conflict with Thomas de Waal. Part of the Contested Spaces Video Project
Topics: Nagorny, Nagorno, Karabakh, SOAS, conflict, seminar, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Caucasus,...
Community Audio
Mar 1, 2010 S L James
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Northern Ireland: Borders and Barriers Belfast: Journeys through a Divided City (2005) A tour of Belfast with Professor James Anderson, Queen's University Belfast The Northern Ireland Border (2005) A talk on the partition of Ireland and creation of the Northern Ireland / Irish Republic border with Dr Eoin Magennis, Queen's University Belfast. These recordings were made by S L James
Topics: Northern, Ireland, Belfast, Peace, Walls, Lines
Community Audio
Feb 27, 2010 S L James
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KOREA: DEMILITARIZED ZONE Korea: Along the Divide A tour along the DMZ with Hahm Kwang-Bok (author of The Living History of the DMZ) with English translation by Han Sang-Ryong Recorded June 2007 Panmunjom Tour Standard United Nations Command DMZ tour Recorded June 2007 Peter Beck Interview International Crisis Group, Seoul Recorded June 2007 Recording made by S L James
Topics: DMZ, Peter, Beck, International, Crisis, Group, United, Nations, Command, Korea, Panmunjom, CCZ,...
Short Format Films
Feb 8, 2010 S L James
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CHINA: COMMUNIST HISTORY THROUGH FILM A collection of Chinese documentary films and motion pictures from the 1950s to 1970s 10th Anniversary (1959) Visitors on the Icy Mountain (1963) [English subtitles] The East is Red (1964) [English subtitles] Nuclear Test (1966) 9th Congress (1969) Anti-China Atrocities of the New Tsars (1969) [English version] Educated Youth in the Countryside (1973) [English version] Shining Red Star (1974) [English version] The People of Huixian County Have Done Well...
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Topics: China, Communist, Communism, Mao, Zhou, Cultural, Revolution, propaganda, 中國共產黨,...
Community Video
Oct 20, 2009 S L James
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JERUSALEM Jerusalem: An Introduction to the Old City Documentary video (2009) This film presents a brief overview of Jerusalem's old city with a commentary by Professor Bernard Wasserstein (University of Chicago). The interview was recorded in November 2009 and the location footage in December 2007 by S L James Jerusalem: Al Wad Street Locations video (2007) A short film presented edited footage along Al Wad St. This site also holds a collection of raw location video recordings of Al Wad Street...
Topics: القدس, ירושלים, Al Wad Street, Jerusalem, Old, City, Jews, Muslims, Israel, Palestine,...
Community Video
Oct 5, 2009 S L James
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S L JAMES A selection of documentary films and podcasts by S L James. Selected work is also on these sites: www.veoh.com/users/SLJames and www.youtube.com/SLJames Forced Migration Online Documentary Films on Refugee and Displacement issues worldwide Oxford University www.forcedmigration.org/video Across the Border: Uyghurs in Kazakhstan (December 2009) www.forcedmigration.org/video/across-the-border Silk Road to Guantanamo: The Story of Adel Hakimjan (September 2009)...
Topics: forced, migration, documentary, minorities, refugees, conflict, displacement, war, ethnic,...
Community Video
Sep 29, 2009 S L James
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SWEDISH MISSION PROJECT This project aims to make available online for the first time archive films and audio recordings on the Swedish Mission (Svenska Missionskyrkan) http://www.missionskyrkan.se/ in East Turkistan (Xinjiang), China. This archive was created by S L James during 2009 with assistance from Dr Enver Tohti and the Swedish Uyghur community as well as Swedish archivists and relatives of the missionaries in Sweden. The Mission was active in Kashgar, Yarkand and Yengi Hissar in East...
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Topics: Swedish, Mission, East, Turkestan, Turkistan, Xinjiang, missionaries, China, Christianity, Islam,...
Community Video
Sep 1, 2009 S L James
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Jerusalem
Topic: Jerusalem
Community Audio
Aug 20, 2009 S L James
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TALKING BORDERS Centre for International Borders Research Queen's University Belfast This is a collection of 20 audio recordings of specialists commenting on border issues around the world. These recordings were produced by S L James for the Centre for International Borders Research, Queen's University Belfast between 2005-2008. The Centre for International Borders Research (CIBR) is an interdisciplinary centre for empirical, comparative and theoretical study of international borders and border...
Topics: Talking, Borders, audio, archive, Northern, Ireland, Nagorny, Karabakh, Armenia, Azerbaijan,...
Community Video
Jul 28, 2009 S L James
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Short film on the Ferghana Valley
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Topics: Ferghana, Valley, Uzbekistan, Andijan
Community Video
Jun 2, 2009 S L James
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XINJIANG VIDEO PROJECT This project presents a collection of interviews, lectures, documentaries, archive film and audio recordings relating to contemporary Xinjiang (Shinjiang), northwest China. The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region is also known as East Turkistan or Uyghurstan (Uighuristan). This archive was created by S L James between 2008 and 2009 with assistance from members of the Uyghur diaspora and in particular Dr Enver Tohti. Further recordings will be added to this site in the...
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Topics: Xinjiang, Video, Project, East, Turkistan, Turkestan, Uighurstan, Uyghurstan, Kashgar, Urumqi,...
Community Video
Mar 24, 2009 S L James
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Introduction This film presents the views and experiences of representatives from NGOs working in Aceh on tsunami reconstruction in 2007. By this stage the majority of reconstruction and resettlement of residents of Aceh has taken place or was close to completion. The interviews offer reflections on the completion of this process and problems that still need to be overcome. Reconstruction and Resettlement in Aceh After a few months, people started to go back. They realised that wandering around...
Topics: Aceh, Tsunami
Community Video
Mar 24, 2009 S L James
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KURDISTAN: CHALLENGES AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN IRAQ Video documentary series on contemporary politics in Kurdistan in Iraq produced by S L James for the Centre for Kurdish Studies , University of Exeter. The interviews were recorded between May and October in Iraq, Turkey, UK and USA 2008. These four videos offer a selection of edited interviews on governance and social-political issues in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq featuring: Prof Brendan O'Leary (University of Pennsylvania) Prof Gareth...
Topics: Kurdistan, Iraq, Erbil, Arbil, Kurdistan, Regional, Government, Patriotic, Union, Kurdistan,...
Community Texts
Mar 2, 2009
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Kurdistan in Iraq
Topic: Kurdistan
Podcasts
Feb 10, 2009 S L James
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This podcast was recorded in Amman, Jordan in December 2007 with additional interviews recorded in February 2008. The Amman recordings include interviews with a number of Iraqis now living in Jordan from a range of backgrounds and current situations. The podcast includes comments from Rana Sweis UNHCR, Amman and Dana Graber Ladek International Organisation for Migration (IMO), Iraq. Running time: 26 minutes Overview Estimates as to the total number of Iraqis in Jordan vary according to the...
Topics: Iraqis, Iraq, Jordan, Amman, displacement, refugees, UNHCR
Community Data
Feb 10, 2009 S L James
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Understanding Central Asia Full Video: www.archive.org/details/understanding-central-asia AFGHANISTAN Dr Antonio Giustozzi is a research fellow at the Crisis States Research Centre at the London School of Economics and has already authored War, politics and society in Afghanistan, 1978-1992 (Georgetown University Press, 2000), which analysed the policies of the pro-Soviet government. He is currently researching various aspects of governance and politics in Afghanistan and has written several...
Topic: Central Asia
Community Texts
Feb 10, 2009
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Understanding Central Asia Video talks: www.archive.org/details/understanding-central-asia
Topic: Central Asia
Ourmedia
Feb 10, 2009 S L James
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Understanding Central Asia A series of talks by academics on Central Asia, Afghanistan and Xinjiang, China www.archive.org/details/understanding-central-asia
Topics: Central, Asia
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Feb 9, 2009 S L James
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Introduction: The ‘Northern Territories’ Dispute between Japan and Russia Japan’s northern frontier with Russia has been unstable since Russians and Japanese first penetrated into those areas and encountered each other in the early nineteenth century. The two areas in dispute historically have been the large island of Sakhalin, off the eastern coast of Siberia and due north of Hokkaido, and the chain of Kurile islands (Chishima or ‘a thousand islands’ in Japanese), stretching from the...
Topics: Kuril, Kurile:Islands, Japan, Russia,San, Francisco, Peace, Treaty, World, War, 2, Hokkaido,...
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Feb 9, 2009 S L James
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FORGOTTEN IN THE MOUNTAINS: DISPLACEMENT IN THE HIGHLANDS OF PAPUA (2007) Produced by S L James For Forced Migration Online, Oxford University Introduction: Migration and Misery in West Papua Papuan fears for their future have recently become focused on the issue of migration from the rest of Indonesia into their homeland. Following the failure of special autonomy since 2001 to deliver health, education and infrastructure benefits to Papuan villagers, or even a small measure of indigenous...
Topics: Papua, West, Indonesia, Irian, jaya, Wamena, Jayapura
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Feb 9, 2009 S L James
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UYGHUR DIASPORA PROJECT This webpage presents four documentary films by S L James relating to the Uyghur diaspora. The first film 'Lost Nation: Stories from the Uyghur Diaspora' presents a series of with members of the Uyghur diaspora recorded between July 2006 and January 2007 The work is also available online as a single documentary film at www.forcedmigration.org/video/uyghur The second film 'Uyghur Leaders in Exile' presents a series of interviews and archive recordings of prominent Uyghur...
Topics: Uyghurs, Uighurs, Anwar, Rahman, Enver, Jan, Enver, Tohti, Gulamettin, Emet, Rebiya, Kadeer, Riza,...
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Feb 9, 2009 S L James
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UNDERSTANDING CENTRAL ASIA A series of short introductory talks on politics and society in Central Asia, Afghanistan and Xinjiang, China by academics. The interviews were recorded by S L James during 2008. Afghanistan: Dr Antonio Giustozzi, London School of Economics [August 2008] Kazakhstan: Dr Bhavna Dave, School of Oriental and African Studies [January 2008] Kyrgyzstan: Dr Nick Megoran, University of Newcastle upon Tyne [November 2008] Tajikistan: Dr John Heathershaw, University of Exeter...
Topics: Understanding, central, Asia, Afghanistan, Antonio, Giustozzi, Kazakhstan, Bhavna, Dave,...
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Feb 9, 2009 S L James
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Introduction This 35 minute film presents the views of three Palestinians living in the Dheisheh refugee camp in the West Bank. The Dheisheh camp was established in 1949 within the municipal boundaries of Bethlehem on 430 dunums. It has a registered population of 12,045 of which approximately 6,000 are children. The camp's residents were particularly active during the intifadah. The Israeli authorities built a fence around the camp and a metal turnstile for the main entrance, which were in...
Topics: West, Bank, Stories, Bethlehem, Dheisheh, refugee, camp, Palestinians, Israel, displacement
Community Video
Feb 9, 2009 S L James
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UNDERSTANDING CENTRAL ASIA A series of interviews with academics on the former Soviet Central Asia republics, Afghanistan and Xinjiang, China. Afghanistan: Dr Antonio Giustozzi, London School of Economics Kazakhstan: Dr Bhavna Dave, School of Oriental and African Studies Kyrgyzstan: Dr Nick Megoran, University of Newcastle upon Tyne Tajikistan: Dr John Heathershaw, University of Exeter Turkmenistan: Dr Michael Denison, University of Leeds Uzbekistan: Dr Sean Roberts, George Washington...
Topics: understanding, central, asia, Afghanistan,Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan,...
Community Audio
Jan 4, 2009 S L James
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Professor Jan Mansvelt Beck, University of Amsterdam discusses status and identity in the Basque Country. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Mansvelt, Beck, Basque, Country, status, conflict, language, territory,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 3, 2009 S L James
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Dr Christian A. Nielsen, University of Arhus, Denmark discusses the disputed territory of Abkhazia and historical and contemporary relations with Georgia. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Abkazia, Georgia, Christian, Nielsen, territorial, dispute, conflict, identity,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 3, 2009 S L James
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Professor Lowell Gustafson, Villanova University, USA discusses the historical and contemporary dispute over the status of the Falkland (Malvinas) Islands. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Lowell, Gustafson, Falkland, Malvinas, Islands, dispute, claims, Britain, France,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 3, 2009 S L James
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Dr Bruce Farcau, author of The Ten Cents War: Chile, Peru and Bolivia in the War of the Pacific 1879-1884 discusses the history of this conflict which resulted in Bolivia becoming landlocked. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Bruce, Farcau, Bolivia, Chile, Peru, war, pacific, litoral, landlocked, dispute,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Gilles Yabi, International Crisis Group discusses the conflict in Ivory Coast and confidence zone created between the opposing forces. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Gilles, Yabi, Ivory, Coast, zone, confidence, civil, war, peace, keeping,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Professor Kimie Hara, University of Waterloo, Canada discusses the history of the Kuril Island dispute between Japan and USSR / Russia. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Kimie, Hara, Kuril, Kuriles, Islands, Russia, Chishima, dispute, Japan, Russia,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
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Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Dr Eoin Magennis, Queen's University Belfast discusses the creation and impact of the Irish border. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Eoin, Magennis, Ireland, Irish, border, commission, British, partition, division,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
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Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Minna Jarvenpaa. former UN administrator of Mitrovica, Kosovo discusses ethnic division and forced migration in the city. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Minna, Jarvenpaa, Kosovo, Mitrovica, ethnic, relations, conflict, Roma, Serbs,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Thomas de Waal, Institute of War and Peace Reporting, UK discusses the history of the Nagorny Karabakh conflict and relations between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Thomas, de, Waal, Nagorny, Karabakh, conflict, history, dispute, Armenia,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Victoria Schofield, author of Kashmir in Conflict discusses the history of the Line of Control and the status of Kashmir. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Kashmir, Azad, Kashmir, Jammu, history, status, Line, Control, relations,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Dr John Saltford, author of The United Nations and the Indonesian Takeover of West Papua 1962-1969 discusses the history of the 1969 Act of Free Choice in Papua. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, John, Saltford, West, Papua, Indonesia, Irian, Jaya, Act, Free, Choice, United,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Brian Kelly, official spokesperson for UNFICYP, Cyprus discusses the management of the UN buffer Zone and opening of the crossing points between north and the south of the Island. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Cyprus, TRNC, buffer, zone, green, line, conflict, territory, UNFICYP, peace,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
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Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Dr Douglas Johnson, author of The Route Causes of Sudan's Civil Wars discusses the dispute over the North South Sudan boundary and his work on the boundary commission. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Douglas, Johnson, Sudan, Southern, Abyei, boundary, commission, dispute,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
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Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Professor Roland Bleiker, University of Queensland, Australia discusses the history and structure of the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Roland, Bleiker, DMZ, Korea, United, Nations, secturity, North, South, relations,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
Community Audio
Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Dr Paul Bergne, Oxford University discusses the history of the Panj boundary and Tajik Afghan relations. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking:Borders, Paul, Bergne, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Panj, relations, migration, demarcation,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
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Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Dr Michael Walls, University College London, UK discusses the unrecognised state of Somaliland and its relations with Somalia and Puntland. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Somaliland, Somalia, Puntland, tribes, clams, territory, status, relations
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
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Jan 2, 2009 S L James
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Tim Braunholtz, Sahara Analysis, UK discusses the disputed territory of the Western Sahara. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Western, Sahara, Morocco, Saharawi, Sahrawi, dispute, territory, conflict, refugees, Algeria, war,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
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Jan 1, 2009 S L James
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Dr Michael Dillon, former senior lecturer in Chinese history at the University of Durham, UK discusses China's international boundary and territorial disputes such as Tibet and Xinjiang (East Turkistan). Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, China, Michael, Dillon, Xinjiang, Tibet, Taiwan, Inner, Mongolia, territory,...
Source: Talking Borders Audio Archive
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Jan 1, 2009 S L James
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Dr Nick Megoran, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK discusses Central Asian boundaries and in particular those of the Ferghana Valley. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, Nick, Megoran, Ferghan, Valley, Central, Asia, borders, boundaries, territory,...
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Jan 1, 2009 S L James
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Dr Christian A. Nielsen, University of Arhus, Denmark discusses South Ossetian identity and historical and contemporary relations with Georgia. Part of the Talking Borders audio archive www.archive.org/details/borders
Topics: Talking, Borders, South, Ossetia, Georgia, Christian, Nielsen, territorial, dispute, conflict,...
Podcasts
Dec 30, 2008 S L James
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This podcast was recorded in Amman, Jordan in December 2007 with additional interviews recorded in February 2008. The Amman recordings include interviews with a number of Iraqis now living in Jordan from a range of backgrounds and current situations. The podcast includes comments from Rana Sweis UNHCR, Amman and Dana Graber Ladek International Organisation for Migration (IMO), Iraq. Running time: 26 minutes This work is online at: www.forcedmigration.org/podcasts/iraqis-in-jordan Overview...
Topics: Iraq, Jordan, refugees, IDPs, Amman, displaced, Iraqis, status, relations, UNHCR, IOM
Source: FMO podcast series
Podcasts
Dec 29, 2008 S L James
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This podcast presents views of Azerbaijani IDPs from the towns of Shusha and Khojaly in the Nagorny Karabakh region. These IDPs now live in Baku due to the conflict over this territory with Armenia. Overview: Post-Cold War ethnic conflict in Azerbaijan has been violent and has let to massive population displacement inside the country. Ethnic conflict has affected a specific region - the Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Region of Azerbaijan. Currently, this region is under dispute as both Azerbaijan...
Topics: Nagorny, Nagorno, Karabakh, Azerbaijan, IDP, refugees, displaced, conflict, Armenia, human, rights,...
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Dec 28, 2008 S L James
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This podcast was recorded between May and September 2008 The work presents an overview of Kurdish forced migration in Turkey with a particular focus on forced migration in the 1990s. The work also covers the issue of Kurdish identity in the Turkish state. The podcast includes comments from Prof Joost Jongerden, Dr David Cuthell and Mustafa Gündoğdu as well as displaced Kurds in Diyarbakir and Istanbul. Running time: 50 minutes www.forcedmigration.org/podcasts/kurdish-turkey Overview For...
Topics: Kurdish, forced, migration, Turkey, Kurdistan, Kurds, Diayrbakir, displacement, human, rights,...
Podcasts
Dec 28, 2008 S L James
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Sahrawi disappeared podcast: This podcast was recorded between September 2002 and October 2007 in Algeria, Switzerland and the UK. The podcast includes comments from Philip Luther, Amnesty International, Christian Viret, BIRDHSO and Sidi Omar, Polisario representative to the UK and Ireland as well as former Sahrawi disappeared Daoud El Khadir and other Sahrawis with family members still missing. Running time: 29 minutes www.forcedmigration.org/podcasts/sahrawi-disappeared Subject overview:...
Topics: Sahrawi, Saharawi, disappeared, human, rights, Western, Sahara, Morocco, Polisario, conflict,...
Community Video
Dec 27, 2008 S L James
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Documentary film on the ethnically divided town of Mitrovica, Kosovo. Kosovo is the living reminder of the ferocious disintegration of post-communist Yugoslavia. Its peoples, Albanians and Serbs, have suffered from ethnic discrimination, war, expulsion, foreign intervention, international administration, outright ethnic division and polarization. In the midst of talks on the status of Kosovo, the two main communities, Albanians and Serbs, remain divided and polarized as ever with Albanians...
Topics: Mitrovica, Kosovo, Roma, Serbs, Albanians, UNMIK, ethnic, division, status, society, UNICEF,...
Community Video
Dec 27, 2008 S L James
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Youth as Evaluators - Contested Spaces and Identity This video presents a series of interviews recorded at a 2005 international youth conference in Northern Ireland. Public Achievement in Northern Ireland hosted the first international gathering of young people involved in Public Achievement and similar programmes around the world at the Corrymeela Centre, Ballycastle, Northern Ireland 11 - 22 August 2005. The focus of the event was on training participants as evaluators of their youth...
Topics: youth, evaluators, conflict, identity, young, people, international, youth, conference, public,...
Community Video
Jul 7, 2008 S L James
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CONTESTED SPACES VIDEO PROJECT Center for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS) University of Sydney www.arts.usyd.edu.au/peace_conflict/contestedspaces Contested Spaces Video Project consists of a series of 10 minute talks by experts on territorial and identity issues around the world produced by S L James . These videos were produced between 2005 and 2009 with the majority being edited during 2007 to 2008. Video footage was collected and recorded between 2000 and 2009. Video information: Aceh:...
Topics: contested, spaces, territory, conflict, identity, status, dispute, MINURSO, Western, Sahara,...
Community Video
Jun 21, 2008 S L James
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Cyprus: Buffer Zone A short film on the UN buffer zone in Cyprus with Dr James Ker Lindsay Part of the Contested Spaces Video Project A longer work on the Buffer Zone is also available www.archive.org/details/on-the-line
Topics: Cyprus, buffer, zone, UNFICYP